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CNBC
Nov 27, 2013 1:00pm EST
peeking. they're on the right side of your screen. they can hear us but can't react. we have don peoples, chairman and ceo of peebls corp which includes the multibillion dollar development of luxury hotels with lots and lots of windows. and cnbc entertainment and media reporter julia boorstin who happens to be a homeowner who i believe hates window washing. okay. guys, let's huddle up on men in kilts. julia, what do you think? >> every homeowner at some point will need a window washer but it seems gimmicky. i think people care how their windows are cleaned and want them done well but don't care what the washers are wearing. >> what about you, don? >> i agree. i think this is a very applicable to the residential industry and the commercial industry there are a lot of companies that are doing that right now. on the flip side on the residential side nowhere knows where to go. >> in terms of prom they want to be the industry leader which i think is quite an ambitious plan. i'm keen to hear more about that. tressa and nick, you're in the hot seat. time to get grilled. >> tress sa, what percen
CNBC
Nov 15, 2013 1:00pm EST
healthercare.gov. today we got a little bit more clarity on that and here to tell us about that is don. >> what i got here is a memo released by one of the top house committees looking into this whole mess with healthercare.gov. they uncovered a memo from henry chao who was responsible. on july 16th he said to one of his subordinates i need to feel more confident they are not going to crash the plane at takeoff regardless of the price. >> the president was press ad little bit on issues about what he knew and when he knew it but obviously with this now being revealed he'll have a lot more questions on his plate. >> indeed. >> thank you very much. >>> well a rare mea culpa from president obama and what other big mistakes-ceos saying they were sorry. >> president obama, the ceo of the federal government has lots of companies among heads of states, major firms and iconic brands that have stumbled and recovered in recent years. our short greatest hits list netflix in won the made a big mistake when it raised its price of mail ordering streaming and bundle. shaved close 240% off the stock pr
CNBC
Nov 22, 2013 1:00pm EST
bulletin to air that day, 50 years ago, the voice of don pardo who was interrupting daytime programming to come on the air with the news from here, dealey plaza, dallas, texas, largely untouched in the half century since that day. we must add a perfectly miserable day weather wise. 36 degrees. it is raining on this crowd. the rain moving to the side of 22 miles an hour. 5,000 people filling this plaza behinds us now. hearing prayers, hearing music, hearing from various speakers and coming up shortly, from the mayor of dallas, texas, a moment of silence to mark the moment 1:28 p.m. eastern time when the shot rang out from the book depository behind us, the sixth floor museum, now a place where millions each year come to see the window where lee harvey oswald, shielded by cardboard boxes, squeezed off those shots to the passing motorcade below. let's listen in as the mayor of dallas, texas, approaches the moment of silence. >> but out of that tragedy, an opportunity was granted to us, the chance to learn how to face the future when it -- it's the darkest and the most uncertain. how to hol
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